September 13, 2017

World Languages and More At Princeton Adult School

Princeton Adult School’s language programs, both English as a Second Language and Ten World Languages, will open its classes on Thursday, October 5 and continue throughout a ten-week semester. An additional 200 courses in a variety of subjects will also be offered. 

A lecture series will focus on Russia: 1917-2017. Eight experts will cover the significance of the Russian revolution and work toward the questions of our relationship today in a complicated world. The gubernatorial election coming up in November will be covered in a three-part series with coverage of the issues, candidates and a post-election analysis on November 8.

Classes in art history, publishing, opera, and Broadway are scheduled. Visual and creative arts include cartooning, stone sculpture, upholstery, and embroidery. Courses in landscaping, flower-arranging, orchids, and cultivating indoor herbs will also be given.

Dance options include country line dance, tango, ballet, belly dance, and more. Fly-fishing, bike repair, paranormal investigations, magic, sculpting, landscaping with native plants, learning about wildflowers or orchids and cultivating indoor herbs are among other choices.

Courses focused on cheese, organic baking, Korean BBQ, French dinners, and Greek cooking are available. Financial courses include estate planning and health insurance. There are numerous additional options.

Brochures are available at Princeton Public Library. To register, visit or call (609) 683-1101. In-person registration for English as a Second Language will be held at Princeton High School on Tuesday, September 19, 7-8 p.m.